Tag: Jane Gilheaney

#CailleachWitch Surpasses Average ‘First Year’ Book Sales In First Seven Weeks…

#CailleachWitch Surpasses Average ‘First Year’ Book Sales In First Seven Weeks…

CAILLEACH~WITCH has far surpassed the average mark for first year book sales of any book, independent or otherwise, in less than two months. It’s also reviewing incredibly well on Amazon UK, USA, and CANADA. Plus Goodreads.   To make things even better we’ve done this, you and […]

Dear Jane, it was the landscape, wasn’t it? #CailleachWitch

Dear Jane, it was the landscape, wasn’t it? #CailleachWitch

Oh Jane! I loved it, there was such a sense of urgency, from the opening to the finish. It was dark and moody and all the things I expected it to be. I could really visualise the landscape as it seemed to be the main […]

There is something in the autumn that is native to my blood

There is something in the autumn that is native to my blood

Bliss by name and bliss by nature. Today I’m reading poetry. Words, poetry, and the elements, are musical to me. As musical as music, but more calming, more free. Nature writers like William Bliss Carman combine all these. Take this poem for example, and consider […]

#CailleachWitch Quotes

#CailleachWitch Quotes

Here’s a selection of quotes from #CailleachWitch to get you in the mood. If you like these you are going to LOVE the book. Just two weeks until you can pre-order your copy from Amazon. Four weeks to release… The trouble started with Dea, she […]

Easy Breakfast Ideas for Kids

Easy Breakfast Ideas for Kids

Easy Breakfast Muffins You will need: 1/2 bananas mashed 3 eggs 100g self-raising flour 2tbsp golden or maple syrup 80-120 ml of olive oil or melted coconut oil (cooled) 50g chopped nuts, pecans, walnuts, hazelnuts. 2 tsp of cinnamon or mixed spice 2 tsp of […]

Cailleach (Witch) a Novel by Jane Gilheaney Barry

Cailleach (Witch) a Novel by Jane Gilheaney Barry

As you know I’m currently seeking representation for my debut novel CAILLEACH (Witch) An atmospheric, modern gothic, mystery, reminiscent of Daphne du Maurier. It’s a story about women and the search for freedom. I hope it will appeal to readers of authors like Alice Hoffman, […]